SF Ballet in Ratmansky’s Shostakovich Trilogy // © Erik Tomasson A renowned and lauded choreographer, Alexei Ratmansky was born in […]
Principal double bassist Steve D’Amico, who retires from the SF Ballet Orchestra in May, is the last remaining founding member […]
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Reserve Spring Festival Tickets On a rainy Monday afternoon, a panel of San Francisco Ballet luminaries sat expectantly in a […]
Reserve Tickets By Cheryl A. Ossola Often not particularly melodic, with rapid-fire shifts in tone and tempo, Dmitri Shostakovich’s music […]
Arthur Pita’s Björk Ballet made a splash last year with spectacular props, Marco Morante-designed costumes, and music by Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk. Join […]
Hans Christian Andersen’s stories have been the basis of many ballets—George Balanchine’s The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Bronislava Nijinska’s The Ice […]
When you think ballet music, you probably think Russian. Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Stravinsky, Prokofiev: much of the greatest ballet music of […]
Marc Brew discusses creating a new work, quicksilver, on the San Francisco Ballet School Trainees.
Composer Lera Auerbach on how a theremin illustrates the mermaid's voice in her score for John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid.
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Reserve Now What is it? Watching John Neumeier’s The Little Mermaid is like stepping into another world, or an alternate […]
Program notes for Die Toteninsel, a world premiere ballet by Liam Scarlett set to Rachmaninoff.
By Cheryl A. Ossola The curtain rises on Christopher Wheeldon’s new ballet, Bound To©, to reveal the dancers mesmerized by their cellphones. […]
Program Notes for John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid